Alex Lahey – Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself (Official Video)

“Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself” taken from ’The Best Of Luck Club’, the new album from Alex Lahey, out May 17th on Dead Oceans

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Credits:

Performed by Alex Lahey
Written and Directed by Callum Preston
Camera operator/ editor : Wilson Bambrick
Production Assistant: Mo Wyse
Camera assist: Ed Fraser
Makeup:
Lead scientist: David Quirk
Band Played by:
Sam Weaver
Jack Weaver
Alex Bornos
Tamara Bornos
Hair and Makeup:
Sarah McFadden

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  1. Kyle Topfer Reply

    Fuck this video is so perfect for the current Coronavirus epidemic – from what the scientists are wearing in the video, to the lyrics which show how frustrating and easy it is to feel you're wasting your time. Beautiful!

  2. petertrickaz Reply

    First time hearing this, was not expecting the sax. That was dope

  3. Lindsey McEwan Reply

    I love the classic feathered window on the sax solo. Great song BTW <3

  4. LYRICS

    You sound tired on the phone
    It's fair enough, it's been a while since you've been home
    You say the smile on your face is gone beyond the realms of pretend
    It's clear to me, you've reached your limit once again

    Oh, sometimes
    You get a little teary 'cause you were sick of feeling that
    All your time
    Is waiting to be weighted by something you were missing

    You take off at Cape Canaveral
    And pick me up like coach Bombay
    You're school captain every year
    You're Christmas without Boxing Day
    You haven't had a day off in weeks
    Your voice is shaking when you speak
    It might not be my place to help
    But don't
    But don't
    But don't
    Be so hard on yourself

    You don't do anything by halves
    Don't change, because I've known that from the start
    You say that things are spinning around and around
    And you've lost control and you need to slow down
    It's clear to me that you were ready for the end

    Oh, sometimes
    You get a little teary 'cause you were sick of feeling that
    All your time
    Is waiting to be weighted by something you were missing

    You take off at Cape Canaveral
    And pick me up like coach Bombay
    You're school captain every year
    You're Christmas without Boxing Day
    You haven't had a day off in weeks
    Your voice is shaking when you speak
    It might not be my place to help
    But don't
    But don't
    But don't
    Be so hard on yourself

    No regrets when you get old
    'Cause you won't stop til the stars turn cold
    You want things done by yesterday
    A force of nature everywhere
    Don't always have to grin and bear
    And even when you're far away

    You take off at Cape Canaveral
    And pick me up like coach Bombay
    You're school captain every year
    You're Christmas without Boxing Day
    You haven't had a day off in weeks
    Your voice is shaking when you speak
    It might not be my place to help
    But don't
    But don't
    But don't
    Be so hard on yourself

    Don't be so hard on yourself
    Don't be so hard on yourself
    Don't be so hard on yourself
    But don't
    But don't
    Be so hard on yourself

    Don't be so hard on yourself
    Don't be so hard on yourself
    Don't be so hard on yourself
    But don't
    But don't
    Be so hard on yourself

    Ps: I have a big crush on her. I hope someday she can come to México, it would be a dream come true. ✨

  5. They play this at planet fitness and I've been playing the hell out of this ever since lol

  6. Juan Ramirez Gonzalez Reply

    This song speaks deeply to my spirit , I like to pretend she's directly addressing my issues

  7. William Hornstra Reply

    I'm guessing you've made it big. You were being broadcasted at Woolies this afternoon.

  8. bob applebob Reply

    Looking forward to seeing you in DC! You are so amazingly incredible at this whole music thing.

  9. Infernal Pleb Reply

    Lahey and Fender bringing that Sax though. It also gives me joy to know that Alex has watched The Mighty Ducks….

  10. I am in the gym and over my audiobook I heard a saxophone tearing it up in a song and I was like "oh I need to find out what song this is"

  11. Brendan Coyle Reply

    Great tune. Love my 80s music so that sax solo is sensational. Damo Quirk in the video – hilarious.

  12. yeah right get real Reply

    I heard this song on the radio. Not something I'd listen to everyday but definitley a step up from pop music that normally gets played on the radio

  13. PileOfEmptyTapes Reply

    2:31 Would that be a nod to Icehouse's Electric Blue? Either way, funny video, and most of all great song! 🙂

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